This February, the competition which every rugby fan has been waiting for comes to a gripping finale! To help you round of this years Six Nations, we’ve researched the best pubs and bars where you can watch the action on a giant screen. No matter where you are in London, there is a Fizzy not too far away and you can be sure to have a good time at one of the venues we’ve picked.
With Heathrow Airport a short 10 minutes’ drive from Fizzy Hayes, any of our super keen resident fans can hop on a plane to watch games live! However, for people wanting to stay closer to home, The Wishing Well on Uxbridge Road is showing EVERY Six Nations match on its big screen.
Home to Europe’s longest street market and beautiful wetlands, Walthamstow is a vibrant, lively location to watch the Six Nations. The traditional Lord Palmerston pub on Forest Road is airing the match and will no doubt be packed with jubilant revelers. An alternative is The Goose Walthamstow, also showing the match and, according to the landlord, “it’s the place to be”.
There will undoubtedly be a strong Irish contingent at Joiners Arms, a legendary Irish pub on the High Street. Fancy a bit more greenery? The Prince of Wales pub overlooks Blackheath from its glass conservatory and you can book a table with friends and family to watch your favourite team.
Fizzy’s development in East London sits within prime commuting distance of some of the capital’s best sports bars. Right on our doorstep is The Horn of Plenty. A pub which has not only dropped all other sports in order to show the Six Nations, but it was also voted the ‘Best Pub in Whitechapel and Stepney’ by Time Out London in 2015, 2016 and 2018!
Poplar has no shortage of venues to witness the rugby showdown of the year. A walk away from Fizzy Poplar is the Sports Bar & Grill Canary Wharf. We reckon this will be the perfect place for the tournament finale. Will we see England crowned champions for the third time in four years?
Situated in London’s historical docklands, Fizzy Canning Town has no shortage of great pubs within walking distance. The Custom House Pub, situated on Victoria Dock, will be showing the rugby in a comfortable, family-friendly environment. The Oiler Bar (a converted barge) has could literally be the boat that rocks if your team wins.
Traditionally known for its horseracing events, Epsom offers a calmer vibe than Fizzy’s other developments in London. England’s talisman Kyle Sinckler went to the nearby college and would happily point you towards The Faraday or McCafferty’s Bar to watch his team bring home a triumph.
No matter where you are in London, Fizzy’s apartments are within easy distance of venues to watch Europe’s finest sporting competition. Good luck for Super Saturday, and may the best team win!
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